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1988 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics – Results

These are the results of the 1988 Ibero-American Championships in Athletics which took place from 22 to 24 July 1988 at Estadio Olímpico in Ciudad de México, Mexico.[1]

Different versions of the sprint results were published, because the fully automatic electronic timing system was malfunctioning. The first version displayed below on the left hand side was officially used to determine the athletes qualifying for the finals (best times, q). Later, there was a second version (not displayed). In December 1988, British statistician Richard Hymans published a revised version for the IAAF and the ATFS where many times were corrected. These numbers are displayed below in parentheses. Finally, there were a couple of hand timing results (Heat 1, 110m hurdles men, Heat 1 and 2 200m women; also displayed below in parentheses), because the officials noticed a defect in the electronic timing system during the event.[1]

Men's resultsEdit

100 metersEdit

200 metersEdit

400 metersEdit

800 metersEdit

1500 metersEdit

Final – 22 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Manuel Pancorbo   Spain 3:52.11
  Adelino Hidalgo   Spain 3:53.10
  Mauricio Hernández   Mexico 3:53.19
4 José López   Venezuela 3:53.75
5 Héctor Pérez   Mexico 3:59.44
6 Luis Martínez   Guatemala 4:04.29
7 Sergio Vega   Costa Rica 4:10.11
8 Wilfredo Ayala   El Salvador 4:21.88

5000 metersEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Arturo Barrios   Mexico 14:10.72
  Mauricio González   Mexico 14:25.78
  Antonio Serrano   Spain 14:41.75
4 Juan Carlos Paul   Spain 14:53.59
5 Ángel Rodríguez   Cuba 15:35.86
6 Jorge Aguilar   Costa Rica 16:00.78
7 Mario Amaya Vázquez   El Salvador 17:51.16

10,000 metersEdit

Final – 22 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Jesús Herrera   Mexico 29:51.09
  Manuel Vera   Mexico 30:42.69
  Franklin Tenorio   Ecuador 31:50.60
4 Jorge Aguilar   Costa Rica 32:52.24

MarathonEdit

Final – 23 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Filemon López   Mexico 2:23:59
  Wilson Pérez   Ecuador 2:24:27
  Radamés González   Cuba 2:28:25
4 Héctor Chávez   Mexico 2:35:29
5 Félix Bolos   Guatemala 2:36:16
6 Juan Antonio García   Spain 2:39:14

3000 meters steeplechaseEdit

Final – 23 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Martín Fiz   Spain 9:05.21
  Mauricio Fabián   Mexico 9:06.11
  Germán Silva   Mexico 9:14.45
4 Carmelo Ríos   Puerto Rico 9:24.44
5 Alejandro Juárez   El Salvador 9:54.34

110 meters hurdlesEdit

400 meters hurdlesEdit

High jumpEdit

Final – 23 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Javier Sotomayor   Cuba 2.35
  Juan Francisco Centelles   Cuba 2.31
  Fernando Pastoriza   Argentina 2.25
4 Antonio Burgos   Puerto Rico 2.20
5 Fernando Moreno   Argentina 2.20
6 José Luis Mendes   Brazil 2.10
7 Milton Riitano   Brazil 2.10
8 Jorge Martínez   Mexico 2.10
9 Santiago Lozada   Peru 2.00
10 Elbio Pelloni   Uruguay 1.95
11 Fernando Valiente   Peru 1.95
12 Roger Manzur   El Salvador 1.90

Pole vaultEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Alberto Ruiz   Spain 5.30
  Javier García   Spain 5.30
  Efraín Meléndez   Puerto Rico 5.00
4 Miguel Escoto   Mexico 4.90
5 Elson Miranda de Souza   Brazil 4.80
6 Renato Bortolocci Ferrerra   Brazil 4.80
7 Edgar Díaz   Puerto Rico 4.70
8 Guillermo Salgado   Mexico 4.20
9 Lucas Oswaldo Miranda   El Salvador 4.20
Oscar Veit   Argentina NM
Roger Manzur   El Salvador NM

Long jumpEdit

Final – 22 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Jaime Jefferson   Cuba 8.37 (+0.2 m/s)
  Ubaldo Duany   Cuba 8.18 (+1.2 m/s)
  Antonio Corgos   Spain 8.08 (0.0 m/s)
4 Ángel Tovar   Venezuela 7.85 (+1.9 m/s)
5 Olivier Charles Cadier   Brazil 7.77
6 Carlos Casar   Mexico 7.64
7 Rey Quiñones   Puerto Rico 7.54
8 José Luis Leitão   Portugal 7.38
9 Elmer Williams   Puerto Rico 7.33
10 Fernando Valiente   Peru 7.28
11 Darío Ruiz   Mexico 7.21
12 Ricardo Valiente   Peru 7.17
13 Vincent Parks   Costa Rica 6.72
14 Francisco Colorado   El Salvador 6.08

Triple jumpEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Juan Miguel López   Cuba 16.98
  Ernesto Torres   Puerto Rico 16.84
  Jorge Luis Teixeira da Silva   Brazil 16.81
4 Lázaro Betancourt   Cuba 16.53
5 Abcelvio Rodrigues   Brazil 16.35
6 José Luis Leitão   Portugal 16.23
7 Sergio Saavedra   Venezuela 15.94
8 Roberto Audain   Venezuela 15.92
9 Francisco Javier Olivares   Mexico 15.75
10 Darío Ruiz   Mexico 15.38
11 Ricardo Valiente   Peru 15.38
12 José Escalera   Puerto Rico 14.97
13 Vincent Parks   Costa Rica 13.70
Osvaldo Vladimir   El Salvador NM

Shot putEdit

Final – 23 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Paul Ruiz   Cuba 19.18
  Narciso Boué   Cuba 18.98
  Adilson de Souza Oliveira   Brazil 17.68
4 Samuel Crespo   Puerto Rico 17.34
5 Gerardo Carucci   Argentina 16.41
6 Celso Aragón   Colombia 15.03
7 Carlos Rodríguez   Mexico 14.58
8 Fernando Alonso   Guatemala 14.55
9 Jaime Comandari   El Salvador 13.61

Discus throwEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Luis Mariano Delís   Cuba 65.20
  Juan Martínez   Cuba 63.72
  José Araújo de Souza   Brazil 56.16
4 José Carlos Jacques   Brazil 53.16
5 Paulo Santos   Portugal 52.68
6 Samuel Crespo   Puerto Rico 48.60
7 Marcelo Pugliese   Argentina 48.36
8 Wilfredo Jaimes   Venezuela 47.98
9 Gerardo Carucci   Argentina 44.64
10 Guillermo Guzmán   Mexico 43.56
11 Pedro Flores   Mexico 41.92
12 Fernando Alonso   Guatemala 41.44
13 Herbert Rodríguez   El Salvador 40.32

Hammer throwEdit

Final – 22 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Andrés Charadía   Argentina 68.46
  Vicente Sánchez   Cuba 68.00
  Raúl Jimeno   Spain 67.52
4 Pedro Rivail Atilio   Brazil 63.18
5 Adrián Marzo   Argentina 61.64
6 Guillermo Guzmán   Mexico 60.08
7 Iván Bertelli   Brazil 57.78
8 Gerardo Luma   Mexico 42.82
9 Simón Kafie   El Salvador 35.86

Javelin throwEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Ramón González   Cuba 75.56
  Juan Gerardo de la Garza   Mexico 73.48
  Julián Sotelo   Spain 69.30
4 Corrado Caramo   Venezuela 65.04
5 Jorge Orta   Mexico 64.00
6 Rodrigo Zelaya   Chile 62.88
7 Augusto Ingolotti   Paraguay 59.44
8 Jesús López Ordaz   Argentina 59.42
9 Juan Enrique Galdámez   El Salvador 56.34
10 Walter Sosa   Guatemala 56.28
11 Wilfredo Esquivel   Costa Rica 52.86

20 kilometers walkEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Carlos Mercenario   Mexico 1:21:46.6
  Ernesto Canto   Mexico 1:24:29.0
  Daniel Plaza   Spain 1:27:23.0
4 Carlos Ramones   Venezuela 1:29:47.9
5 Andrés Marín   Spain 1:30:25.3
6 Santiago Fonseca   Honduras 1:32:10.7
7 Omar Guerrero   Venezuela 1:32:10.8
8 Nelson Funes   Guatemala 1:35:41.4
9 Rafael Balladares   Honduras 1:36:44.4
10 Alejandro León Lara   El Salvador 1:41:03.9

4 × 100 meters relayEdit

4 × 400 meters relayEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Nation Competitors Time Notes
    Cuba Lázaro Martínez
Jorge Valentín
Félix Stevens
Roberto Hernández
2:59.71
    Venezuela Charles Bodington
Aaron Phillips
Henry Aguiar
Jesús Malave
3:04.56
    Portugal Pedro Curvelo
Felipe Lomba
Arnaldo Abrantes Sr.
Alvaro Silva
3:05.14
4   Chile Carlos Moreno
Manuel Balmaceda
Alejandro Krauss
Carlos Morales
3:08.50
5   Mexico Juan José Morales
Eduardo Nava
Raymundo Escalante
Luis Karim Toledo
3:08.59
6   Costa Rica Rafael Marín
Michael Pearson
Diego Porras
Renán Román
3:19.19
  Spain José Alonso
Cayetano Cornet
Ángel Heras
Manuel Moreno
DNF

Women's resultsEdit

100 metersEdit

200 metersEdit

400 metersEdit

800 metersEdit

1500 metersEdit

Final – 22 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Soraya Vieira Telles   Brazil 4:28.91
  Aurora Pérez   Spain 4:39.21
  Judith McLaughlin   Guatemala 4:40.43
4 Rosa María Muñoz   Mexico 4:44.20
5 Alicia Sánchez   Mexico 4:48.90
6 Aura Morales   Guatemala 4:56.48
7 Angelita Lind   Puerto Rico 5:15.68
8 Ana Silvia Martínez   El Salvador 5:20.13

3000 metersEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Estela Estévez   Spain 9:46.35
  Martha Tenorio   Ecuador 9:46.66
  Ruth Jaime   Peru 9:58.99
4 Begoña Herráez   Spain 9:59.36
5 María Luisa Servín   Mexico 10:04.09
6 Rosa María Muñoz   Mexico 10:20.98
7 Judith McLaughlin   Guatemala 10:12.44
8 Aura Morales   Guatemala 10:48.47

10,000 metersEdit

Final – 23 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Martha Tenorio   Ecuador 35:33.67
  Martha Jiménez   Mexico 36:08.54
  Gloria Ramírez   Mexico 36:23.00
4 Ruth Jaime   Peru 37:10.96
5 Sandra Ruales   Ecuador 38:37.21

MarathonEdit

Final – 23 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  Zoila Muñoz   Ecuador 3:00:42
  Gloria Corona   Mexico 3:05:16
  Maribel Durruty   Cuba 3:08:00
4 Esperanza de Melville   Guatemala 3:30:06

100 meters hurdlesEdit

400 meters hurdlesEdit

High jumpEdit

Final – 22 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Silvia Costa   Cuba 1.97
  Cristina Fink   Mexico 1.88
  Dania Fernández   Cuba 1.85
4 Orlane Maria Lima dos Santos   Brazil 1.80
5 Julia Macías   Brazil 1.80
6 Liliana Derfler   Argentina 1.80
7 Isabel Mozún   Spain 1.75
8 Romary Rifka   Mexico 1.60

Long jumpEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Madeline de Jesús   Puerto Rico 6.96
  Niurka Montalvo   Cuba 6.55
  Sandra Myers   Spain 6.38
4 Adelina Polledo   Cuba 6.27
5 Conceição Aparecida Geremias   Brazil 6.14
6 Maria João Lopes   Portugal 5.94
7 Gabriela Romero   Mexico 5.86
8 Rita Cristina Slompo   Brazil 5.79
9 María Romary Rifka   Mexico 5.43
10 Larissa Soto   Guatemala 5.12

Shot putEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Belsy Laza   Cuba 17.23
  Lissete Martínez   Cuba 15.93
  Margarita Ramos   Spain 15.51
4 Berenice da Silva   Uruguay 14.91
5 María Isabel Urrutia   Colombia 14.83
6 Marinalva Rita dos Santos   Brazil 14.57
7 María Nilba Reis Fernandes   Brazil 14.02
8 Sonia Favre   Argentina 13.79
9 Ángeles Barreiro   Spain 12.46
10 María del Carmen Rodríguez   Mexico 11.38

Discus throwEdit

Final – 22 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Bárbara Hechavarría   Cuba 56.34
  Olga Lidia Gómez   Cuba 55.58
  María Isabel Urrutia   Colombia 54.22
4 Ángeles Barreiro   Spain 53.10
5 Fátima Aparecida Germano   Brazil 47.30
6 Margarita Ramos   Spain 44.94
7 Marinalva Rita dos Santos   Brazil 44.06
8 Berenice da Silva   Uruguay 43.56
9 Elvira Yufra García   Peru 41.92
10 Lidia de la Cruz   Mexico 40.34

Javelin throwEdit

Final – 23 July

Rank Name Nationality Result Notes
  Herminia Bouza   Cuba 62.48
  Dulce Margarita García   Cuba 61.83
  Sueli Pereira dos Santos   Brazil 56.10
4 Marieta Riera   Venezuela 51.80
5 Mónica Medeiros Levasseur Rocha   Brazil 50.18
6 Sonia Favre   Argentina 46.96
7 Natalia Toledo   Paraguay 40.66
8 Noemi Romo   Mexico 36.38
Rita Solis   Mexico NM
María Lourdes Obando   Nicaragua NM
Luz María Quiñonez   Ecuador NM

10,000 meters walkEdit

Final – 22 July

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
  María de la Luz Colín   Mexico 51:08.1
  Graciela Mendoza   Mexico 51:09.8
  Reyes Sobrino   Spain 52:00.4
4 Morelba Useche   Venezuela 53:28.2
5 María Magdalena Guzmán   El Salvador 1:00:55.4

4 × 100 meters relayEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Nation Competitors Time Notes
    Spain Sandra Myers
Cristina Pérez
Yolanda Díaz
Lourdes Valdor
44:46 (44.47)
    Mexico Sandra Tavárez
Alma Delia Vázquez
Alejandra Flores
Guadalupe García
45.20
    Brazil Conceição Aparecida Geremias
Juraciara Pereira da Silva
Claudiléia Matos dos Santos
Inês Antonia Santos Ribeiro
45.28
4   Argentina Liliana Derfler
Olga Conte
Laura de Falco
Deborah Bell
46.32

4 × 400 meters relayEdit

Final – 24 July

Rank Nation Competitors Time Notes
    Brazil Rosângela de Oliveira Souza
Suzette García Montalvão
Soraya Vieira Telles
Maria Magnólia Figueiredo
3:29:21 (3:29.22)
    Spain Montserrat Pujol
Rosa Colorado
Esther Lahoz
Blanca Lacambra
3:32.54
    Cuba Mercedes Alvarez
Nelsa María Vinent
Odalys Hernández
Ana Fidelia Quirot
3:32.77
4   Puerto Rico Margaret de Jesús
Leonor Isaac
Angelita Lind
Stephanie Vega
3:40.74
5   Mexico Violeta Navarro
Leticia García
Eréndira Villagómez
Guadalupe García
3:41.60
6   Argentina Deborah Bell
Beatriz Capotosto
Olga Conte
Laura de Falco
3:42.17
  Uruguay María del Carmen Mosegui
Virginia Guerra
Claudia Acerenza
Soledad Acerenza
DQ

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Mansilla, Ignacio (May 2010), "CIUDAD DE MÉXICO – 1988 – RESULTADOS – III CAMPEONATOS IBEROAMERICANOS – Ciudad de México (Estadio Olímpico) – Altitud: 2.240 metros – 22–24 Julio 1988", EL ATLETISMO IBEROAMERICANO (PDF) (in Spanish) (4th ed.), Real Federación Española de Atletismo, pp. 101–108, ISBN 84-87704-77-8, retrieved 18 March 2015